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. that is at a time when the u.k. is the best-performing economy. manus cranny is standing by. jonathan ferro joins us. the data is ahead of the chinese statement and it makes the position look good. brand and ittrong is about this recovery and a triple that recession. andomes on a strong backing there are questions around the housing he will talk about the growth and deficit. there is another measure of austerity. it is not going away and it is about not giving anything away at this junction. >> we had some leaks. will there be any surprises? surprise. whether it is the housing market , where the exemption might come the issues of foreign ownership. something and spell out property for foreign owners. there is a leak. the housing will be a contentious issue, francine. issueill come in on this on the owner side. that is quite a bit of a long graph. >> yes. it certainly is. let's turn to jonathan ferro. what can we expect today? higher in the ecb is not so bright because they have one percent growth in the next year. they are below the target. they have a projection and you could see it a long way off.
in jonathan ferro who is watching this closely. give us a headlines. >> this is the modern a last 20 minutes. it is a big that a big turnaround in europe. market shares have come down 50% for deliveries. you have seen market shares come down from 9.3% to 6.3%. it is not just that the market is weak and, it is that this -- that fiat is getting a smaller chunk of the pie. a 9 billion euro investment on new models, but on the lecture site as well. the luxury maseratis seen on the corner of every street on knightsbridge here in london. also the alfa romeo is as well. >> is is about positioning fiat away from the lower end of the market and more towards the made in italy brand, more towards the lecture and the things? >> not necessarily. it is about putting the money where the success is right now. they're also putting a lot of money into this fiat 500 which is been an international success. this is a side of the car market as well.ngs are up you're looking at 20 new models by 2016. you've got to look the on diddley, beyond fiat to the broader italy as well. part ofy much is a italy's identity. a
>> this is al jazeera america, live from new york. i am jonathan betz. [ music ] >> a day of prayer and reflexion for nelson mandela. services are held in south africa and half a world away in the u.s. to honor his legacy. >> linennon comes krarning down >> peace keepers in the central contr control. >> massive problems in the midwest, a big winter storm pushes towards the east coast. [ music ] >> we begin tonight with a national day of prayer for the man called south africa's greatest son, nelson mandela was the topic in pulpits around the world today. services of all face honored the former president. a steady flow of more thurners candles and stood with others praying for the civil rights leader. there were scenes like this across sfrikdz today. more now from al jazeera nick schifrin. >> nelson mandela talked about a rainbo nation. his struggle wasn't on behalf of black south africans but on behalf of all segregated and humiliated by racist rulers. >> nelson mandela wanted to build a nation united in diversity. citizens of all races and religion say mandela created that had unity
to cover the markets now. jonathan ferro, over to you. words, dead flat. these markets right now, no action on the cac 40. the dax giving 1/10 of one percent. the ftse 100 giving us pretty much nothing after four days of losses. look at some of the levels. up 10% on the year. a little bit of cautiousness creeping in. -- not outsidete the realm of possibility that the fed could reduce stimulus. that debate will be strengthened by the payrolls number. bond market,t the the prospect of the fed buying less treasuries playing into higher u.s. treasury yields on the 10 year. 2.8%, that one near highs for the year. check out fx. look at the euro pound over the last early days. down against the pound. the eurozone story and the u.k. story is night and day. the eurozone could go the other way. much each you how central bank has got to do. >> thank you very much indeed, john ferro on the markets. >> still to come, u.s. secretary of state john kerry is back in israel to give another push to peac pallk we will be live in tel aviv it are this hour. ♪ >> welcome back to "the pulse" live from bloomberg
. >> into welcome back to al jazeera america, i'm jonathan betz with the headlines. >> 1200 french reinforcements are on the ground in the central african republic. more are on the way. 400 have been killed there in fighting. an american veteran who spent 42 days detained is reunited with his family. fooum is 85. he was accused by officials of killing civilians. the official week of mourning forn nelson mandela has begun in south africa. a day of prayer and reflection will take place. across the country. today eegipion authorities released a group of 21 women. they were originally to spend 11 years behind bars. it caused outrage. the state department expressed concern over the new law requiring demonstrators to get government permission. >> i talk to a professor live from boston. do you think the united states is stern enough with egypt. >> we have little leverage. what we need to do is declare the values that the u.s. stands for, including freedom of speech, assembly, the right to due process but any influence would have to happen behind closed doors. it shouldn't be public, it should be through
its bailout program. jonathan farrow has the details world highly anticipated cup draw in brazil. >> south africans are mourning the death of their first black president nelson mandela while leaders around the world paid tribute to his life. our tv africa anchor as well as ryan chilcote. emotional day for south africans all over the world and we have seen some amazing scenes coming out of south africa. >> firstly, when i heard the 9 p.m. or so,t at i was absolutely shocked. this is something we have been preparing ourselves for because he has been quite ill but it still comes as a shock. it is very emotional and it is a massive loss. of what is going on around his home, people are celebrating his life. it is a big shock. >> you did meet him. >> in 2007 he retired from the public eye. he announced he lost his son to hiv aids. and he is someone who came very and thought against the disease. he was a very humble man, all he was showing signs he was not really well and we spoke with him and he was full of smiles and always full of laughs. collects the economic legacy left behind, som
group of cme. jonathan corpina on floor of new york stock exchange. phil, we'll start with you. gold prices are falling near the lowest levels of the year. $1200 is danger point, right? >> eally is. that is the talk where the nominal cost of production. it had a real hard time, every time it is been below there once. it didn't stay there long. a lot going on. we're looking at economic data here in the u.s., better than expected. mario draghi, didn't sound like the dove we thought he would be. that means less stimulus in europe. gold bulls do not like to hear the talk. we'll wait to see how the jobs report tomorrow is before we get excited about the market. up big yesterday. a bit of a pullback today. adam: we had quite a bit of, understanding about oil yesterday. what is happening with prices. they're on track for another straight day of gains, phil? >> they really are. we're seeing big unwinding right now in the brent wti spread. if you remember last couple weeks it would be buying brent, selling wti, that is all changing. we're getting oil from the gulf coast. down towards the gul
told judge jonathan is on the cause her to use him as a former norton air corps and a strong meant to intimidate her. she got scared and worried she would be believed it to cool for fifteen years before she realized it is a secret she couldn't carry any more. it is quite upset. i think it's good that many expect the defense. then again two of the people that it was just a pretend to be found guilty and he had helped to put them. in the mall today was the thought that was without a note of the office about twenty people believing that he does not change a cyclone larry was found guilty of life come to sexually assaulting a teenager and dates between nineteen ninety six and nineteen ninety eight the jury found him not guilty on one count. some of the new phones that they might have taken to a company's age. he states that happened as yet no previous convictions he said murray had pleaded not guilty and have shown no remorse. he sentenced him to four years in prison on one child rights which he described as more serious. suspending the plan to use any handed down a two year sentence o
jonathan karl looks at the whole picture right now. >> reporter: healthcare.gov may be working better, but dan howard of freeport, pennsylvania has been trying to enroll for two months and is still out of luck. >> i can log on and amazingly i can log on darn quick, but whenever i finish my actual log-in it says i can't go any further because i'm not verified that i'm me. >> reporter: he received a cancellation notice from his insurance company back in september. now howard is worried he's running out of time to get a new policy. >> i had a heart attack nine years ago. i'm terrified of not having a policy on january 1st. >> reporter: others trying to log onto the website today experienced delays. the white house says it's due to a huge increase in traffic worthy of cyber monday. 375,000 visiting the website by noon today. but this time for those who can't get in right away, there is a system that allows them to wait online. we were able to get on the site after about ten minutes. the bottom line, the administration says, after a massive effort to fix the glitches, the website is now wo
year was actually up against the dollar though one thirty five ninety eight jonathan has been one of the first time since nineteen ninety seven. like that may indicate that the spanish economy is weak and the corner. the figures are all the more surprising as the unemployment rate only rises in october november after the summer tourist season ends. there are still for twenty million people in spain was out and yell. some political news from tammy the country's sixteen federal states of making a false attend to on tonight extremist npd auntie to raise domestic intelligence agency has described the party has called racist anti semitic and anti democratic the political group in gemini is conned an early eight and demand that our team can cause the entry fee. he may only have six thousand members of germany's sixteen states agree that it's anti semitic and racist rhetoric prior to the country regional interior ministers to compile the two hundred and fifty page dossier to back up their claims. it's been handed to the constitutional court in concert in a bid to outlaw the far right par
warms up for next summer's event. our jonathan ferro, a big football fan is all over the story. >> today is the day we find out who is playing who and crucially where they will be playing those games. today they will go on the internet tonight, book their flights and hotels and hopefully secure some of those tickets. this is big business. 00,000 visitors expected to go into brazil for the world cup. >> jon, the draw comes at a time when most people are wondering when the stadiums will be a lot safer and when they will be finished. >> it is, francine. certainly. this is meant to be the time that brazil came on the the international stage, showed off their infrastructure, shiny, brand new, upgraded stadiums. meant to be finished at the end of this month. big problem. many won't be. delivering the weakest growth. you have a rising middle class asking for more from their government. there were protests. a lot of people in that country wondering who why their country is spending just over $3 billion on stadiums when people need a lot more help. if you wonder if that is lot of money, it is. i
and revise its italian factories. jonathan ferro joins us now with the details. big money, big focus on the romeo. marks like alfa >> it is not just about upscale and luxury, it is about the cars and fiat that are actually selling, the 500, the alfa romeo that has mass is potential at the luxury end of things and the maserati as well. u.s. selling more in the than anywhere else. it is about made in italy and it looks like it is going to be about sold in the united states. has beent in europe doing so badly and they have had to cut jobs within italy itself heard good news because they're actually leveraging the luxury branding that goes with the identity of italy. that is where these cars are going to be, at the high-end. let's be honest, the 500 is not the lecture end. it is considered cool and premium. they're going to leverage that. >> definitely cool. the ceo is considered the enfant terrible of carmakers. is making these high-end cars stylish to sell in the united states and then europe. >> would cars to make? you make the cars of the higher margins and absorb the higher costs. y
coliseum towards those downtown oakland exits. mass transit on time. wayne: real money. jonathan: it's a trip to europe! wayne: you're freaking out, oh my god, you're freaking out! - i'm going to go for the big deal of the day! - let's make a deal, baby, let's make a deal, yeah! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: hey, america, welcome to "let's make a deal." i'm wayne brady, les make a deal. i need a couple right now. i need a couple. let's get this started. don't you wave that baguette at me. you two, come with me. everybody else have a seat. landy and earl. nice to meet you, pleasure. i love your mustache. which part of france are you both from? - i'm from paris, france, bien sur.
. jonathan heller. , a principal at wedge partners. china, a huge opportunity. what will it mean for apple if this happens? >> it will only need a little bit out of the gate. this will be a very expensive phone. they do not subsidize handsets the way they do in the united states. it will be a $800 purchase for consumers. it will be meaningful but maybe 18-20,000,000 units next year. >> 18-20,000,000 units? right now there are 12- 13,000,000 units that have been sold that are on china mobile's network that have come from hong kong, kind of through the back door. total about 20l next year, which is still a lot. >> what about the plans for emerging markets? >> we are probably more bullish. and you think about it, this is a huge deal. apple has 280 there's -- carrier planets. that is about 4 billion units. it is almost 800 million. obviously about 180 million are high value subs. equivalent of at&t and verizon. when middle-class is 11,500 u.s. dollars on the how can you possibly expect to sell millions of phones? >> i would not underestimate the capacity to purchase apple products. a huge sta
the ashes back in 2011. this time around the withdrawal of jonathan trump because of a stress-related illness means a reshuffling of the batting order. >> obviously from experience last time, you let your cricket do the talking. we had the same hostile environment last time we came here. and the hostility changes because everyone was very respectful of the way we played. last time we didn't do ourselves justice. >> reporter: 2005, andrew flintoff help his side win. four years later steward brood bolled england to victory to regain the ashes, and last yearalster cook lead his team to a win in india. australia's 381 run win in brisbane was the first in this large test. they aren't expecting the tourists to fall quite so easily this time around. >> you'll see two very good balling attacks. if there is any two attacks that will be able to find a way, it's these two. i think there will be enough in the wicket early, and spins will play a big part. >> reporter: the wicket may well hold the key to who wins in the match. this man was a curator here two years ago. >>> the miami heat's
could be surprising for many. jonathan betz has a closer look at what the president says is an economic inequality gap. >> simply put the poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer. first off, what does this mean? the median income for an american household was $53,000, down $yea from the year before and down $5,000 from 1999 when you adjust for inflation. but the economy is growing. however almost all of the money that's being made is going to the very rich. since 2009 the income of the top 1% grew by 31%. money is being made, but only for about a million and a half people here. yet for everyone else, 99% of the population, their salaries have barely moved in four years, less than 1%. the richest are taking home the most since the 1920s. why? some suggest years of tax cuts for the wealthy, the growth of the finance and technology companies, led to wall street fat cats and techies. computers and robots have taken a lot of the jobs since the 1970s. the minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. president obama has suggested to bump it up to about $10 an hour. one study suggests the mini
to jonathan hunt with details. his is it getting ugly. never heard of this chef before. >> huge star. host of "the taste" on abc and used to an entirely different type of grilling than the one chev is getting in court in london the past couple of days. asked again and again today about her admitted cocaine use, she said, quote, i would rather be on it. and explain about the drug usage but i wanted to make sure i wasn't going to be bullied and talk about an incident that took place in a humiliating place. that's the incident with her husband, who was caught on camera choking her outside a london restaurant. he claimed he was looking for traces of cocaine up her nose. she said in court he was not examining me for cocaine. that's a story he made into clear his name. they are now, not surprisingly, divorced. >> this case had nothing to do with the divorce. >> this is actually about two assistants. accused of spending a million dollars that wasn't there belonging to the chef and her husband, on expensive vacations, hotel rooms. those are the two assistants. what does this have to do with cocain
and potentially quite a power struggle. jonathan hunt is with us on the news deck. i was reading about this. what struck me was how much they were saying about very private and personal matters, something i've never seen then north koreans do. >> this was a very public firing. there have been plenty of what communist party watchers like to call purges, incidents of officials being thrown out in the past, but none as public or humiliating as this one. look at these photographs published on state tv. they show the uncle literally thrown out of a communist party meeting, and those photographs came along with a long statement read on behalf of the government, by state television, reporters, the statement said, in part, that jung song had been kicked out because, quote, he had improper relations with several women and was wined and dined in back rooms of luxury restaurants, ideologically sick and eyesle. he used funds and squandered foreign currency. what is not known is how kim jong-un has decided to do with his uncle. is he just removed and going to live a quiet, private, and hopefully peaceful life
power. but thousands of demonstrators demanded just that. jonathan sparks of "independent television news" has this report. >> reporter: it was supposed to be peaceful. a non-violent campaign against the thai government. but it's turned into a bare- knuckle battle for power. parts of bangkok streaked with teargas and rubble bullets today as protesters tried to seize government ministries from the police. many here are driven by hatred for the country's prime minister yingluck shinawatra and those seen to support her. a man who looks like he's a we watched as protesters crept up to the barricades around the prime minister's office with an assortment of homemade weaponry. but several rounds of teargas saw them off. the protesters can't take it. the protest leader-- a fiery politician called suthep thaugsuban-- told euphoric supporters that the government would soon fall. the prime minister yingluck shinawatra also offering to hold talks. but mr. suthep refuses to negotiate. it's a problem i put to her foreign minister today. he said he's not negotiating? >> i don't know. that's the wa
a report from jonathan sparks of independent television news in bangkok. >> reporter: for three days, anti-government protestors and thai police waged war in the center of bangkok. today, however, the barricades came down and the two sides shook hands. flowers were exchanged and tears were shed, and the police got out of the way. the protestors tried to take this government complex by force. this morning, however, they simply walked in. >> ( translated ): i think we've won. it feels like victory. i think we've 90% won it now. >> reporter: but there was a problem: the protestors may have occupied the lawn outside the prime minister's office, but yingluck shinawatra was still the prime minister. a few hours ago, one of the most secure areas in the country, now it is rammed with anti- government protestors, like an open-day fete full of festive people. protestor leaders accuse the government of corruption, and they're promising far-reaching reform, but they're not prepared to wait for the next election. i caught up with one of the >> ( translated ): normally, we give them power for four years
to the folsom and to enter your guess today is the president of nigeria mr goodluck jonathan to present thank you very much for being with us thank you. alas he first bought your reaction to the death of nelson mandela it arrives here just on the eve of the summit's what's your reaction. thank you. as the mastermind and that is somebody. immaculate debates. so i've been informed is africa found that subjects. by the death. of course everyone knew was taken aback. no we don't know if his attorney is this not kidding. but clinton expected to come in now. but says the contents inside a remarkable period of fun left the consistency of them did this. the two men about anything. his sacrifice and howell. he was committed to science people. above himself the market. i wanted to say and i'm not afraid of much less effort than it is the introduction of some i've seen in the top of the candy this will cut it away once again states the site and justice. ibm the vbac that's the point is that in themselves. celebrity the farmer has done to people whether there is no less true that the dead difference. don
and that is it. >> what do you think about diversification? stan jonathan miller said great manager should make -- stan druckenmiller said great managers should make a that and stick with it. if you are going to hedge, why should you get 2 and 20. people, he has done some interesting things. he is one of the best investors in the world. when you talk about investing with someone -- your investors have to know you are willing to do these things and what your risk parameters are. as long as they're comfortable comparable with those beforehand, you're able to make these larger investments when the time comes. are thethat those investors that differentiate themselves over time from those that are not willing to do things like that. >> within equities, are there sectors you are afraid of? >> there are sectors that are on investable. -- uninvestible. outside of pure financial reasons, we do not have any expertise in many areas. we have a deep expertise in others. drobny.bass and steve kyle knows about tapering, it isnot effecting the way he investing. the difference between long-term investors and tr
many of them raise their voices now, not on how many times the president does. let's go to jonathan martin, covering today's protest in new york. last year, 200 fast food workers held a one day strike at more than 20 restaurants here. are we expecting something like that today. >> it really remains to be seen just how significant, how large this protest will be. this all started and it has grown from a year ago with just a few fast food workers walking out in new york. this restaurant is open for business, people going in and out. a year ago in august, there were 500 people who protested outside of this mcdonald's. not all of them were fast food workers. we could see that today. organizers say it has grown bigger, expanding to 100 cities, smaller cities, so they feel like their movement has certainly grown. this latest wave of protests or planned protests started yesterday here in new york and about five other cities with one particular group, moveon.org delivering petitions in some five cities. >> you can work full time here and not support yourself, much less a family. here we are
growth firms in the region. jonathan barker joins us now. good to have you on board on. these are staggering growth numbers that we're seeing. it's even higher if you look at the top five, 10.5 thousand percent. i didn't know it was possible to have that kind of growth. how is this? >> we've seen a consistent massive growth rate. 10,000% for the top five. over 357% for the top 500 businesses in asia pacific. we have been it's sustainable. that growth has been achieved despite an immense target. we've seen businesses continue to thrive in india and in china and a lot of the growth in china and in taiwanese business is focused on that chinese domestic marketplace. business to cop assumer operations are developing rapidly, particularly in the mobile world. >> is that the story here? now it's software. so how do you think this trend lasts? >> well, from our point of view, if you look at where we're seeing a rapid, rapid growth in mobility through a reduction in the average selling price of devices, so you can now get a smartphone for sub$200 in most of the markets that we'r
of gravity. lloyd's turned into lloyd's of london, the first insurance market. jonathan's coffeehouse turns into the london stock exchange. so coffeehouses turned out to be in the great place where you mix people and ideas up, and tsa what the internet does by allowing people of different places to meet virtually and to exchange ideas. >> host: tom standage, when you look back to 1969, that first internet message to today, the growth and the change in what we know as the internet, is it faster than in the past? >> guest: yes. it's definitely faster. so i have to, you know, be straightforward about this. modern social media is, obviously, operates on a scale and at a speed that is unprecedented in history. so it's global, it's instant, it's searchable, it may be permanent. we don't know how permanent which it is, that's sort of our open question at the moment. so that is definitely unprecedented. but the idea that social media environments have never occurred before is not unprecedented. they have existed for many centuries, and even though there are these differences, the analogy is close e
. >> nominal bet. >> i had a tweeter -- something with jonathan waller about robocop and that that corporation was really bad. >> i just saw robocop last week. >> they were protecting a city, a crime ridden city. >> it was detroit. >> it was detroit which was kind of scary that they picked that. >> can you imagine our great leader jeff bezos with that laugh? >> do we put -- do we put it side by side with megamind? that would be mean. >> exactly. >> tell you guys about the next story. >>> china launched its first ever extra terrestrial landing map en route to the moon. it's being haled as a major milestone to the science program. china will send someone to the moon in 2020 now that we can no longer send someone to the moon. >> we know what's there. we're worried about what they want to use it for at this point. what is this jade thing, it drives around? >> yeah, like a buggy that will go around and check out the surface. >> maybe if it drives everywhere it could find a moon rock more interesting than what we've got. if they could cover the whole rock, the whole satellite. >> maybe they're going
-mile radius. just when this might be a reality, jonathan a. >> it's going to be a while, carl. convenient timing for bezos to get on national tv right before cyber monday. >> the most watched show in the country. >> their name is all over the place. it will be a long time not only because the faa isn't going to give its recommending for commercial drone regulations until 2015 but it could be a while after that before we see them certified. it's an interesting space, though. how much they could contribute to the economy. amazon spent more than $5 billion on shipping alone. this year they're on track to spend more than $6 billion. and that's what they're pay iin to fed, u.p.s., the postal service,s and others. maybe do it more cheaply with a drone fleet as the business continues to expand. >> where do you think this ranks on amazon's r&d list? is this play money? are they playing with some house money on this project? >> i think they're playing with house money. >> really? >> chris anderson, former wired editor in chief has them working on some of these same problems, figuring how to get th
jonathan martin. >>> the golfer jason dufner really wants to watch the championship game against missouri. only problem he's playing in tiger woods golf tournament. he took to twitter and tweeted i petition the event to play 36 holes thursday and friday so i can watch my beloved auburn play for the s.e.c. championship. tiger's response, petition denied. looks like dufner will need two caddies. one to carry his clubs, one to carry a giant tv. >> i love him for his passion for the sport, for golf, not football. >> i like the dear mr. tiger woods part of the tweet. >> sucking up works. >> dear mr. chris cuomo. >> petition denied. good for tiger. >>> we're now at the top of the hour which means it's time for the top news. >> when i heard about the speed, i gulped. it sort of takes your breath away. >> out of control, the train that derailed in new york was traveling close to three times the speed limit. we'll look at what new evidence could mean. >> new this hour, final moments, video of the crash that killed paul walker and new details in the investigation as his co-star vin diesel speaks to
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